At Computex Tuesday, Intel co-general manager of the Intel Architecture Group Dadi Perlmutter showed his company was giving new power to the Atom chip with "Pine Trail" mobile dual-core and "Oak Trail" processors optimized for tablets and netbooks. The updated chips will allow manufacturers to build thinner devices.
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Perlmutter also disclosed the razor-thin "Canoe Lake" innovation platform - a dual-core netbook measuring in at 14 millimeters - about 50 percent thinner than any other on today's market.
The "Canoe Lake"
The Quanta Redvale tablet that runs on MeeGo, Linux-based software.
Intel promises that its upcoming mobile dual-core Atom processors will provide additional responsiveness and an enhanced online experience for netbook users.
Intel says its mobile dual-core Intel Atom processors will deliver a noticeably snappier, more responsive experience.
Intel claims the world's thinnest Intel Atom-based netbook platforms.
At the show, Permutter demoed a dual-core Pineview netbook showing off fast browsing with three tabs, flash, and video.